orb3000 · Aug 31, 2010 at 12:00 pm

ShakeThemAll Wallpaper for Android Updated

Back in April, XDA News Writer WenWM wrote about the first release of this live wallpaper. XDA member Yougli made an update to Live wallpaper, which uses g-sensors to display Androids falling down your screen.
The updated version includes added ‘slide’ effect and fixed ratings update as well as more languages available, such as French, German, Japanese, Chinese, and Hungarian. Light and sound are included on this version too.

Originally posted by Yougli
[LIVE WALLPAPER] ShakeThemAll – Droids with physics (v1.57)

Shake Them All! is a live wallpaper using realistic physics engine and g-sensors to display Androids falling down your screen.
Androids react to gravity, touching, shaking your phone and even light and sound now.

You can find more information in the original thread.


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Do You Prefer Physical or on Screen Buttons?

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